Itinerary 2: Spokane, The Palouse, and Hells Canyon
Eastern Washington is a spectacular mix of geologic wonders and shining cities. From Spokane, one of
the fastest growing cities in the United States, to the gentle rolling hills of the Palouse wonders abound.
Parks, gardens, arboretums, wildlife refuges, museums and wineries highlight its diversity while Hells Canyon displays its drama
Day 1: Spokane
Day 2: Spokane, The Palouse and Pullman
Day 3: Pullman and Clarkston
Day One: Spokane
Located in Downtown Spokane on the site of Expo ‘74 World’s Fair. Visit the 54-horse Looff Carrousel,
an IMAX Theatre and an outdoor skating rink. Board the new Skyride for spectacular views of Spokane Falls.
The cabins are ADA-compliant.
Manito Park Gardens:
park on Spokane’s South Hill. Noted gardens include the Nishinomiya Japanese Garden,
Rose Hill, the Lilac Garden, Gaiser Conservatory, and experimental Dahlia and Iris gardens.
Address: 1702 S. Grand Blvd (17th Ave. & Grand Blvd)
John A. Finch Arboretum:
Features a collection of over 2,000 native trees and shrubs, and includes a rhododendron glen and pine forest.
Address: 1299 S. F Street (Sunset Blvd & Woodland Blvd.)
Visit Walters Fruit Ranch
and enjoy seasonal produce,
home baked pies and other goodies. Ride the Fruit Loop Express and pick
a favorite apple off the tree. Include a stop at the SuperSuris Alpaca Ranch by appointment.
Don’t miss the gift shop that features unique alpaca clothing and gifts.
Arbor Crest Winery: Located on a bluff over the Spokane River. Enjoy wine tasting daily.
Dinner and overnight: Spokane
Duncan Park in Spokane
Campanile and People in Park at Spokane Riverfront Park